GOVERNOR Rotimi Akeredolu’s lack of effective man-management skills has been identified as the reason for the exit of his (Akeredolu) Deputy, Agboola Ajayi, from the All Progressive Congress – APC.
According to Olayide Adelami, an APC governorship aspirant in Ondo State, Akeredolu ‘’is not people-oriented.’’
Adelami told reporters on Thursday, that the Governor’s failure to demonstrate good leadership quality for party members led to Ajayi’s exit.
“He is not people-oriented. This explains why the majority of aggrieved members of the APC in Ondo State are looking for a replacement.”
“Ordinarily, governor Akeredolu should have toed the part of reconciliation rather than a face-off with his deputy, Agboola Ajayi,’’ he added.
Adelami, a deputy clerk of the National Assembly, was quick to respond when asked if Ajayi’s exit could affect the APC in the forthcoming election, saying he would not be surprised to see more prominent members of the party leaving soon.
“In the coming days it will not be a surprise if other key personalities in his administration will follow the same path.”